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Latest Nick Faldo Items
Tiger Woods is subject to discipline by the PGA Tour for kicking his golf club after a poor shot at the Masters.
The seven shots Rory McIlroy took on the 10th hole last year at the Masters remain a blur.
There is an art to playing Augusta, which explains why nearly 40 percent of the Masters have been won by eight players. For those seeking their first green jacket, let alone their first major, finishing it off can be a challenge.
In the aftermath of his Masters meltdown, one phone call that meant the most to Rory McIlroy was from Greg Norman, the master of the Sunday collapse at Augusta National.
How well do you know the Masters champions? Try this quiz:
A look at 20 players who could contend at the 76th Masters, to be played April 5-8 at Augusta National (listed in predicted order of finish):
Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods already have been linked twice this year.
Tiger Woods must be mellowing with age.
None of Tiger Woods' 75 shots Sunday wound up in the San Andreas Fault. So that's good, I guess.